Thidwick was a local Central Florida "alternative rock" band active in 1992-1993. Its members were Matt Minear (vocals), Brian Salmons (guitar), Bryan "Bob" O'Neil (bass) and Pat Wood (drums). A predecessor to Thidwick, named Possible Waterhole, was active in 1991-1992 and consisted of Salmons and Wood with Wes Snowden on bass. Snowden also briefly played bass with Thidwick before joining another Orlando-based band named Denature, and finding O'Neil as a replacement for... Topic: Orlando
Indian Burn was an Orlando noise rock band active locally from 1992-1993. Its members were Gabe Fowler (guitar, vocals), Dave Honeycutt (drums) and Mike Allen (bass) who was later replaced by Wes Snowden. All members attended Edgewater High School at the time. Influences included Sonic Youth, Big Black and Unsane. This show took place probably in 1993 at an unidentified venue. Wes Snowden is playing bass. This is only a partial recording of the show. Topics: Orlando, noise rock
Two versions of a PSA (Public Service Announcement) for World Fair Trade Day 2008 in Orlando, Florida. radio version aired on WPRK (Winter Park, FL). Website version appeared at www.ftgoc.org. Music by Woody Wood Jr., narration by Mrs. Salmons, text by Brian Salmons. The Fair Trade for a Greater Orlando Coalition (FTGOC) was a grassroots coalition advocating for the establishment of "fair trade" purchasing policies for municipalities and college campuses in the Greater Orlando area.... Topics: PSA, WPRK, Fair Trade, Orlando
The Drool Mongers was a high school duo (Pat on vocals and drums and Zed Bob on guitar) in the Orlando-area that parodied the grindcore genre. They were active in 1991 and only recorded twice: once in a home studio and later in a live performance at a party in a friend's basement on the occassion of her 16th birthday. Their songs were mostly about kids at their school that they didn't like and the lyrics contained frequent obscenities and vulgar imagery. Topics: home recordings, grindcore, parody, Orlando
Indian Burn was an Orlando noise rock band active locally from 1992-1993. Its members were Gabe Fowler (guitar, vocals), Dave Honeycutt (drums) and Mike Allen (bass) who was later replaced by Wes Snowden. All members attended Edgewater High School at the time. Influences included Sonic Youth, Big Black and Unsane. This show took place in 1992 or 1993 at the now-defunct nightclub "Visage", which was located at 5341 North Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando. Mike Allen is playing bass. Topics: Orlando, Visage nightclub, noise rock, live show
Phonographic recording of sounds heard from a driveway at night in the Lake Sue Park neighborhood of Orlando, Florida, USA on 28 Sept. 2016. Sounds include traffic on a nearby road, a car driving by, crickets, tree frogs and dry leaves being walked on. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- phonography : "field-recording" or "the capture of any event that can be reproduced and represented as sound" [from What... Topics: phonography, field recording, crickets, tree frogs, traffic, Orlando, Lake Sue Park Sound
Mountain Chicken was a short-lived Orlando band consisting of Ken Aguilar (guitar, ukelele, vocals), Todd Elliott (drums, bass, vocals), Brian Salmons (guitar, bagpipe practice chanter, vocals) and, for one session, Matt Bailey (guitar). The band was named after a species of frog native to the Caribbean island of Monserrat. The frog is large and the locals hunt it for food, for which reasons they call it a "mountain chicken". Mountain Chicken made a few home-studio recordings using a... Topics: garage band, WPRK, Orlando, home recordings, 4-track recordings, outsider music, outsider musician,...